For the past couple of years, ASUS has made what could be considered the most impressive gaming phones out there. In 2018, the first ROG Phone featured an overclocked Snapdragon 845 and a 90Hz AMOLED display, and in 2019, the refresh rate was bumped up to 120Hz, the battery grew to 6,000mAh, and of course, it featured the latest Snapdragon silicon.
Speculation about the next ROG Phone has been around for a while, and now, ASUS has published a countdown page for the reveal of its upcoming gaming phone, as spotted by Android Authority. The handset will be revealed on July 22, exactly one year after the ROG Phone II was announced.
While the company isn't saying much about the handset until then, most of its specs were leaked last month. According to Chinese certification agency TENAA, the phone will feature an overclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset - likely to be known as the Snapdragon 865+ - up to 16GB of RAM, a 120Hz display, and the same 6,000mAh battery as last year. The storage configurations aren't known, but last year's model was one of the first phones to offer a 1TB variant, so it's certainly possible that will make a return too.
In addition to the phone itself, there's a good chance ASUS will reveal a handful of accessories, as it has done for past iterations of the ROG Phone.